List of augmented browsing software

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Augmented Browsing Software
Name Form Features Compatibility
WebFiddle Overrides CSS and JavaScript of any web page, uses a proxy server Allows changes to be easily shared and edited. No installation required. Supports all platforms and browsers.
AlchemyPoint Firefox extension with a client-side Proxy Server allows manipulation of web content, scraping of data from websites, detection/parsing of microformats, etc.
GOFinder Based on Internet Explorer Allows playing music while navigating, can boot as a shell too. Works best with IE9 installed.
Chickenfoot Firefox extension enables end-users and hackers to script interactions on the Web Not supported after Firefox V3
iMacros Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer extension allows the user to record and replay "Internet Macros" for web automation, web scraping or web testing.
Platypus Firefox extension interactive modification of content from the browser, and optionally save the transformations as a Greasemonkey script for future use
Stylish Firefox extension using Cascading Style Sheets client-side manipulation of webpage content
Bookmarklets JavaScript can execute arbitrary JavaScript on any page, but requires a user to click them, rather than running automatically
Firebug Firefox extension for developers allows arbitrary real time changes to a page's DOM
Bubbles Site-Specific-Browser uses JS injection of user-scripts, very much like Greasemonkey.
Jetpack Firefox extension providing robust API allows writing Firefox scripts (jetpacks) using JavaScript, jQuery and Firebug
Kango Framework Cross-browser extension framework allows creating extensions for 5 popular browsers using JavaScript only Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari
Greasekit provides userscripting for Safari (WebKit)
Greasemonkey Firefox extension alters the output of web content immediately after being displayed Firefox, Flock and Web (formerly Epiphany).
Proxomitron proxy-level language available since late 1990s, predates JavaScript active browsing and provides a similar function for all browsers using a regexp-like matching language
Proximodo open source, client-side proxy server inspired by- and interoperable with proxomitron -- allows page content manipulation
Privoxy open source, client-side proxy server allows manipulation of page content available in many OS flavors
MouseHole Ruby-based client-side proxy server allows manipulation of page content
Muffin Java open-source stand alone proxy server allows manipulation of page content (usually client-side, but sports a web interface in addition to a Swing GUI for configuration)
BFilter open source, client-side proxy server allows manipulation of page content available in many OS flavors
GrimeApe JavaScript injection proxy provides the GreaseMonkey API for running userscripts Konqueror and Firefox are supported
Lubemonkey Firefox extension Fork of Greasemonkey that stores persistent data in SQLite databases for efficiency.
Reflect Sends document to remote server for tagging Tags the names of chemicals, genes, and proteins; clicking on a tag opens summary popups. Supported on Firefox and IE
Scone open source stand alone proxy server (client and server side) Allows manipulation of transferred web resources. It also provides personal web crawler, user action logging, and an mysql persistence component.
TOMODO Crowd source augmented browsing. Server Side. Allows real time modification of web resources. No installation required. Supports all platforms and browsers.